Recipes To Help You Survive #MomLife

Raise your hand if your life has shifted from laid back summer nights to structured back to school life.  If your hand is up, we have a few #momlife hacks listed below to make your hustle a little easier. We know these simple, yet healthy recipes will be a hit in your household.

Trail MIx Granola

Our biggest tip is to start your day off with a high fiber/protein breakfast. Eating something high in sugar or processed carbohydrates first thing in the morning will set you up for a sugar crash.  Fuel yourself and your family with this delicious homemade granola!  Featuring our Trail Mix peanut butter this recipe packs in micronutrients and fiber with chia, sunflower, and flax seeds!


3 C oats
½ C Moxie Nosh Trail Mix Butter
¼ C MCT oil
½ C Dried Unsweetened Fruit (we used cherries)


Preheat oven to 350. In a large bowl combine ¼ C MCT oil and Tail Mix Butter.  Start mixing in 3 cups of  oats and dried fruit. After everything is combines, pour onto a cookie sheet and bake for 15-20 minutes. For a crispier finish turn on the broiler for a few minutes to get an extra golden brown color.

One Pot Curry Cashew Chicken

Crock-Pots have been a moms best helper since the 1940’s. Saving time and making a healthy meal for your family has always been the top priority for many working moms. You can also use an InstaPot for this recipe as well!

Main Ingredients:

2 pounds chicken, cubed or if using bone in add about ½ lb
1 onion chopped
5 cloves of garlic
14 oz can fire roasted diced tomatoes
Chicken stock, veggie broth, or miso soup (one carton is plenty)


2 Tbsp curry powder (more if using paste)
14 oz can coconut milk
1” piece of ginger
1/2c Moxie Nosh cashew butter
2 Tbsp soy sauce or alternative
2 Tbsp apple cider vinegar


Lime wedges
Chili oil or hot sauce


Add chicken, onion, garlic, and tomatoes to your crock pot. Puree together the curry powder, coconut milk, ginger, cashew butter, soy sauce, and vinegar. Stir the mixture with other ingredients in the crock pot. Cook on low 6-8 hours or on high 3-5 hours. Add in extra stock as needed. If your family prefers a thinner soup consistency use more, for a thicker sauce use less! This dish can be made stovetop, or even with grilled or roasted chicken. Serve with rice or a salad. The possibilities are endless.

Easy Almond Butter Waffles

This quick and easy waffle recipe is so delicious it’s hard to believe it’s also healthy! Our #momlife hack is to make them ahead of time, freeze and pop in the toaster for a quick and sweet breakfast on the go.


½ - 1 scoop Protein Powder
1 Egg
1 spoonful Moxie Nosh Almond Butter
1 Tbsp melted butter or oil of your choice
1-2 Tbsp Half & Half or Coconut Milk
Optional: a heaping spoonful of fruit, nuts, seeds, or even chocolate chips!


Whisk egg and then stir in the Moxie Nosh Almond Butter, butter/oil, and the cream. Gently stir in your protein powder, starting with just a half of a scoop and adding more as needed. The consistency should be similar to cake batter. Cook according to your waffle maker directions. This recipe will make about three waffles so multiply as needed if you would like a bigger quantity. You can add our almond, cashew or Trail Mix Butter as a topper.

Happy back to school season! Let us know if you have tried any of these recipes by tagging us on Instagram, Facebook or Pinterest. We love hearing from you!

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